The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, April 13, 1911, Image 7

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    his intention muy have been at
the time he made his homestead
entry. The department, by rec­
ent ruling*, lias made It impcMM-
ble for a settlor to commute by
payiiiK the $1.26 an jtcre where
the special »Kents could show
that the settler intended so to do
l»ofore, or at the time of, makiriK
I his homestead application. This
U ffe rty Prepares Hills in rulinK of the Department practi­
cally repeuled the commutation
Favor of the Home­
clause and Krcatly narrowed the
opisirtunities
of settlers to ac­
steader
quire lawfully title to small tructs
of the public domain.
BrinK your linal proof notices
COMMUTERS ARK
to The S|M>kesmnn office. We
to g et a c iia n c k will make out your application
for provitiK up, and attend to all
the details necessary in the mat­
ter. *
THE UND OPEN
Clause of Homestead I j i w
Hood River looses
Now Nullified to He
C o lo n ist In flu x
Made Effective
'
Going to Build?
If you are you had better consult us
as we carry all kinds of Lumber and
everythin# in the Building Material
line. We can fix you out complete.
Let us figure with you.
Tum=A=Lum Lumber Company, Redmond
J . G. S W A Y Z E t R e s id e n t M a n a g e r
SEEK LOCATION
IN THIS CITY
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
Why colonist* are* not going to
REDMOND BANK OF COMMERCE
Mood River to look over the coun­
at Redmond, in the State of Oregon, at the close of
try; is the question that concerns
business March 7, 1911:
the*
Hessl
River
re*al
e*state*
me*n.
A dispatch from Washington The Hessl River Re*a)ity Isiard
RESOURCES
says Representative A. W. Raf­ eliseuaaed the matter ami decided
Loans and discounts
.
___ $ 45,623.17
ferty has prepared, and intro­ the impression had gone emt that
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured ... ....................... .
*65.51
duced several bills intended toop- there was nothing but $1000 pe*r
j o
Banking house, furniture and fixtures ........................ 6,779.99
en up to settlement some of the acre laml at Messl River, and ,
$ 6,120.27
attractive public lands that are thut this the*ory teeing supported ( rc a m c ry and a Steam Dm* from banks, not reserve agents
11.718.75
I .„in/Tm If... I _
Due from approved reserve banks
now beyond the reach of the by |>ersons outside who were at­
LaUIMiry May U r
Checks and other cash items
1.912.18
homesceker, either because* of re­ tempting to <lire*ct the colonist
Remittances
in
transit
.......................
140.00
strictions ini|M>scd by law or by travel tothe*ir re*«|s*ctive sections.
cate Here
('ash
on
hand
4,900.20
24,791.40
reason of executive orders mak-
iiik them unavailable for entry. The* Reality Isianl will print
als»ut 50,000 circulars to scatter
Total
$ 78,060.10
It is Mr. i^tlferty’s purpose to on
trains
advertising
the
fact
call these* hills up in the public that raw Hessl River valley lanels During the j*ast few weeks
LIABILITIES
lands committc us soon ils be* can «•an still I k * purchases] in small or many people have arrived in Red­ Capital stock paid in.............. ......................... •_............ $ 10 , 000.00
Kct a hearlnK. and he has hojH»s large tracts at the low price of mond, and the largest part of | Undivided profits
382,27
that favorable action may la* had $50
Dividends
unpaid
.........
913.51
the
arrivals
have
bought
land
in
per acre.
at the special session.
$ 55,338.64
the irrigated district tributary to Individual deposits subject to check
The bills in question, while* Home* made mince me*ut at the* the city. Still there are a num- Demand certificates of deposit
2,179.05
Kvnerai in their terms and appli­ Pioneer
Tima
certificates
of
deposit
6.911.46
l»er
who
have
seen
the
advant­
Meat Market.
39tf ages of Redmond as a city, and Certified checks .......................................... 2.335.17 66,764.32
cable to all the* West, will o|H*r-
ate* to make available several mil­
have laid their plans to go into
Re*al Estate Transfers
Total
$ 78.060. lo
lion acres of public land in Orc-
business here.
Kon. says Mr. laffcrty, and, if Furniatir-ti by the* Crook County Al>- C. Hurpellot of I.a Orande, State of Oregon, county of Crook, ss.
passesl, he believes that many
* tract Com|suiy
was here last week looking over
I. G. M. Slocum, cashier of the above named bank, do solemn-
homes can la* established in his MaUran Townailr Co to Mailraa <¡a ir­ the country around here and at j ly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowl-
Hotel Co, Iota 6, 7, H amt 9, blk 4. Sisters with the intention of put­ I edge and belief.
state* within the next two years way
G. M. S locl m , Cashier.
I’almain,
which otherwise will Is* located Conntanrr tTss>. Kent to Mrn. M. Mann, ting in a creamery. He is an ex­
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Uth day of April.
else* where.
perienced and practical creamery 1911.
A. J. H aney , Notary Public.
lot 14. blk 14, Imperial, 60.
The most important bill drawn Conatance Keul to Jam«*» K. William», man. and gave it as his opinion
C o r r e c t — Attest:
B. A. Kendall. W. A. Stevens. Guy E.
by Mr. Laffcrty amends the en­ lot 16, blk IS, Imperial 6n.
that this se?ction of the county Dobson, Directors.
Keul to Jame*a K. Welch, was ideal for the location of a
larged homestead act by rnakinK lot Conatance
5, blk 3, Imperial, 60.
it applicable* to all nnnirriKahlc Samuel
Quarterly Statement
et ux. to Wm. C. creamery. Nothing definite so Road May Be Here
agricultural public land. Under Heilman, K. lota Gray
23 anil 24, blk 17. Depot far has be?en done in the matter, By the Fourth
of the
the present law the Secretary of »■ 111 Mailraa, 160.
hut the plans for the project are
Mayor Jones recently r«*ceived
the Interior designate** the land Conatance R«*i<! to Kloaaie E Ogden. being worked out.
■<. bik h . Imperial, flu
a letter from President Stevens
thut can lie entered in 320-acre lot Conatance
to Mr». Mabel Love, Samuel Pease and F. A. Lau- of the Oregon Trunk Line tellirg Deschutes Mutual
tracts. The LatTerty bill re­ lot S, blk 13, Reid
rendine
of
Portland,
have
be?en
Imperial. 60.
moves this provision, and will Frank W'. McCaffery
to Laura Mc- looking over the ground here to him not to withdraw any of the
Telepone Co.
make all the remaininK public ('alTery, | int in lots H, 9. atsl 10, blk. see what encouragement the»y invitations issued by the Com­
land in Eastern Oregon subject 67, Redmond, 415.
would find for putting in a steam mercial Club or the city, for the Beginning April 1,1911
Crook
County
Inv.
Co.
to
Adam
Geh-
to entry in double the quantity ret, lots. 12 and 13, blk. 113, Hillman, laundry. The prospects looked 1th of July celebration to be held
here, in honor of the railroad
that can now Is* taken, except on
450. Also lot 1!^ blk, 7 Hillman, so good to them that the men reaching this point. Mr. Stevens Due the company for
the areas de*siKnatesl by the In­ Con.
mainte*nance for the
have returned to Portland to get
to W. W. Aldridge for 20.
terior Department. In effect, Croi»k County Inv. Co. to W. W. their machinery ready for ship­ state*d that it might be* possible quarter, back dues and
and rent­
this bill amends the homcste*ad Aldridge, lot 6 blk, 104, Hillman, 50. ment here as soon as the road that the rails would reach here assessments,
als
$379.05
County Inv. Co to D Catto, reaches this point.
by July 4th.
law by pe*rmittinK the* entry of lot Crook
Cash
on
h
a
n
d
.
.
.
169.32
11.
blk
7.
Hillma**,
20.
321) instead of 160 acre’s by each Re*dmond Town »tie Co to Henry F. . A number of other enterprises
citizen.
I),-Souza, lota 1 and 2. blk. 16, Red­ that will result in good to the city Must Have Been
$548.37
Next in importance to the bill mond, 225.
are under way, but will not ma­ False Alarm
Unpaid
bills
allow­
just mentioned is a joint resolu­ Contanre Reid to Johnathan St«»ki-r, terialize until the railroad reach­ Postmaster Norwood of this ed
$ 67.72
17. blk 8, Im|»-ria!. 120.
tion directing the President te» lota Wm 2 and
es
the
city,
so
that
the
cost
of
Bonds
of
Co.
due
Taylor, et ux to Geo. H. Rib-
city, after seeing the published in 5 years at 8
eliminate* fremi the* fore*st re­ becke, H.
et ux. lot 17, blk H and lot 13, materials will lie cheapened.
reports in the newspapers of the per cent.............. 500.00
serve’s of the* West all nontimber- Oik. 7. Railroad add Madraa. 700.
change
of mail service to take
eel land and to restore the same* Conatance Reid to Mra. A. Mostal. The frogs have begun to sing. place the
$567.72
10th, stated that he
What more welcome sound to
to entry under appropiate laws. lot 17, blk S, lm|N-rial, 60.
I. P. H ewitt ,
Townaite Co to II. G. Calil- the hi*art and soul than the tune­ had received no notification from
The resolution also directs the* Redmond
well.
lot
2
blk
49,
Redmond
1,
the
postoffice
department
to
that
Secretary.
ful
melody
of
the
little
nocturnal
restetratiem to entry of all lands Rea linm. to ll. I.. Ruaa, lota 10 and
effect.
The
proposed
change
of
a«|uatic
webfoot
troubadour?
The
now include*«! in the withdrawels II. bill 9 , Madraa. 1.
for this section coming by W. D. Miller, veterinary sur­
fe>r reclamation projects where Redmond Townaite Co to W. B. meadow lark for the field and the mail
rail
via
Madras, that was sched­ geon and dentist, of Bend, will
the*re* is no immeeliate pros|H*ct Mann, lota 7 and K, blk, 24, Redmond. robin for the back yard, but for uled to take
place the 10th did answer all calls, day and night,
of the* land l>e*ing use*tl fe>r rocla- 300.Redmond Townaite Co to It. A. Ken­ energetic, whole-souled crescen­ not materialize.
same old. in this section. Leave orders at
mation purposes. There is e|uite dall, Iota If., 16, blk 25, Redmond, 300. do, for care dispelling, debt-for­ go-as-you-please The
system
service Reel Cross Drug store or the Red­
getting enjoyment give us the
an are*a e»f laml ticel up in ()re*gon
still
obtains.
mond barn.
37t4
in this wn$ today. and as the*re Krosh green onions, 10 cents a frog.
will I k * ne> money available for
two bunches for 15 cents
new projects (except the We*st at bunch,
the
Pioneer
Meat Market 39tf
Umatilla) for the next six e>r 7
ye»ars, Mr. I-afforty is anxious All the hotels anti lodging
THE HOME BEAUTIFIER
that the laml «hall no longer In* houses in Redmond are receiving
withhelel fn>m use*, but shall I k * a gissi run of patronage from
the newcomers arriving, hut all
made* subject to entry.
the
strangers are taken care of
A third provision of the roso-
at
the
same prices that have al­
lution directs the* restoration to
ways
prevailed
in the city.
entry of all excessive lanels
now include*! in withdrawels Fred B. Wilson who has a ranch
maele for the protection of jh iw - over near Cline Butte, was in the
e*r sites. The laml restored, in city Monday making preparations
each case, is to leecome subject to prove up on his homestead.
te) home*ste*a«l entry.
Those who have their de*ntal
The* thin! measure amends the work
A Carload of BUGGIES, WAGONS and FARM
at Dr. Cline’s office in
commutation clause of the Khret's done
an* always satis-
homestead act (seetiem 2301. R. fh*d, for block,
he
uses
all the improved
IMPLEMENTS in stock to select from
S., U. S.) ami authorizes com- dental methods ami
all
his
work
mutatiems te> l>e made by the is guaranteed.
39tf
homestead entryman after he h:is
resided upon, cultivated and im- Cascade Creamery Butter—the
proved his claim for the |K?riod best made can In* bought at the
of I t months, regardless of what Pioneer Meat Market. 39tf
,
BUCKLEY EXP CO.
NrrwKKN
Itrdmond and Shaniko
la-avi- Kotlimmil pvrry Sun-lav
»ml W nine»lay. y
I.i-avr Shaniko Tui-wlay ami
Friilay.
A rrivr at Kmlmoml Thuraelav ami
Sunday.
PasM'ngcr and Expira*
Fail trunk! and l:\prc» a Specialty
Milk
If you want good milk
that will ruirtt* thick, rich
cream, delivered at your
door every day, place your
order with
J. O. Hanson
HUB C IT Y D A IR Y
JAP-A-LAC
We have a fine stock of the above in all the
different colors. This is the best and most
lasting varnish for interior work on the mar­
ket, and price is reasonable.
Kendall & Chapman, Redmond, Ore